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 Insurers paid out $50bn for 2016 natural disaster claims - worst since 2012

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1 hour ago, Saving For a Space Ship said:

 Insurers paid out $50bn for 2016 natural disaster claims - worst since 2012

Last year saw highest costs from natural disasters since 2012

https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/jan/04/insurers-paid-out-50bn-natural-disaster-claims-2016

This is an indictment of modern educational standards. Back in 2012 there were similar levels of natural disasters. However with finely trained legal counsel, the insurers were able to limit compensation to a minimum. With today's younger generation glued to their smartphones the insurance industry were forced to pay more......

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Now Insert stock image of some disaster--->

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Sit back and watch the clickbait

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